Scientific Software: Practices, Concerns, and Solution Strategies

Posted on 03.03.2019 - 21:02 by Anshu Dubey
This is a collection of presentations given at a minisymposium of the same name as the title at SIAM-CSE-2019 in Spokane, WA. Software is an increasingly important component of scientific research. It would not be an exaggeration to say that almost all forms of scientific research today involve software, whether to compute, to manage, or to analyze. The kinds of software used and the associated issues, which range from technical to sociological, are as diverse as the scientific communities themselves. This collection reflects this rich diversity, including presentations from software developers, users, and scientific project managers from various parts of the world and from various science communities. The common thread among these topics is that many overlapping subsets of scientific software issues are of interest to various participants. This, therefore, is a snapshot of the current state of practices, concerns and solution strategies in the world of scientific software.

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Dubey, Anshu; Haupt, Carina; O'Neal, Jared; Coutinho, Alvaro; Smith, Spencer; Sood, Kanika; et al. (2019): Scientific Software: Practices, Concerns, and Solution Strategies. figshare. Collection. https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.c.4421066.v1
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